You'll find the Schauspielhaus, one of Germany’s foremost theatres, as well as the Sprengel Museum with its outstanding collection of 20th century art among Hannover's collection of cultural attractions.
Along the banks of the River Leine are home to art too. That's where you'll find the controversial Nanas of artist Niki de Saint Phall, the artist uniquely recognised as having the freedom of Hannover.
Visit the Royal Gardens at Herrenhausen where you can explore a variety of garden styles including botanical, baroque and English landscape. And for six summer evenings every year the Hannover International Firework Competition lights up the night sky over the Royal Gardens.